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Shakespeare celebrations kick off in honor of 400th ‘deathiversary’

Elliott Puckette, Arts Editor April 20, 2016

Shakespeare’s getting a lot of good press this year. It’s the 400th anniversary of his death (April 23, 1616, for those who don’t care to count), so everyone, from the Folger Library to the UW to...

The ‘M’ plays featured at the Bartell great shows

Elliott Puckette, Arts Editor March 22, 2016

As a young and broke theater enthusiast, I’m always looking for ways to see theater for a not-money cost. My best solution has been to volunteer at the shows I want to see. The Bartell Theater just off...

Brieann Robbins, left, and Antonia Villalon perform in a dress rehearsal of the Madison College Performing Arts production of Clybourne Park.

Clybourne Park hits the stage March 4th

Elliott Puckette, Arts Editor March 2, 2016

The intensive week of dress rehearsals, known as “tech week,” that are part of every theatrical production began Monday, Feb. 29. A team of seven actors have been working since January under the direction...

Members of the cast of “That’s What She Said,” a two-hour show produced by The Bricks Theatre, gather for a photograph.

‘That’s What She Said’ show whets appetite for more

Antonia Villalon, Broadcast Editor November 29, 2015

“That’s What She Said” is a two-hour, all women show directed by, Molly Vanderlin who is also the shows MC, and produced by The Bricks Theatre. The theater was set up in a cabaret style, allowing...

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‘Newsies’ could change your mind about musicals

Ana Bon, Staff Writer September 29, 2015

“Newsies” is a theater musical where humorous dancing and sentimental singing meet. It was my first time at a theater and to be honest, I’m not fan of musicals. Or to say I “wasn’t” is more...

The many stages of awesome

Alison Malek, Staff Writer September 19, 2014

Looking for a way to get involved at Madison College?  Love to act or work behind the scenes in a theatre? If so, here’s your opportunity. Madison College offers astounding Performing Arts programs....

Ethnic awareness in theater

Andrew Killgallon, Arts & Cultures Editor March 30, 2011

Gentrification within a small neighborhood reveals a growing problem of racism among its inhabitants in Eric Theis’ “Riverwest: A Rhapsody." Theis, a Madison Area Technical College alumnus, and his...

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